Two Taieri Rd couples are applying to have a "significant"
Wellingtonia tree removed, as access to their homes
increasingly becomes a health and safety concern.
Otago residents get involved in conservation in a variety of
ways, many of which will be displayed during Conservation
Week, Department of Conservation community relations ranger
Liz Sherwood says.
The Otago Regional Council believes the collapsible
floodgates at the head of the Lower Clutha floodway should be
Community support for the Hughes family was "fantastic" at a
quiz night to raise money to get daughter Grace to Austria
Governor-General Sir Anand Satyanand officially opened
Habitat for Humanity's ReStore shop in Dunedin yesterday.
The defence of claiming that large numbers of paua in your
freezer are the result of many previous da
Licensed anglers and hunters, especially younger ones, are
being urged to stand in the forthcoming Otago Fish and Game
A discovery of new links between southern right whales from
the subantarctic Auckland Islands and the mainland of New
Zealand is very "exciting", Department of Conservation marine
mammal national co-ordinator Steve Smith says.
Regular inspections and removal of nassella tussock to
prevent its spread will be continued by the Otago Regional
Winter air quality
monitoring in Otago has ended, with results showing the
number of times towns in the region exceeded the national
standard was much lower than during last winter.
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